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VOL. 2,
SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 12,1894.
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KnnTo
'H3 "J'WUl.uj
Skoes, Main and Cajs, Graooro3,
HARDWARE, WOOD and WILLOW WARE, and
Girl M'clmdise,.
.Aerat ma NEW HOME SKWINC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING MACHINES axd RAKES, JOHN DKERE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS ahd STALK CUTTERS AS.D BAN
NER PLANTERS. Agent for New Home Sewing Machine.
Also Avery Stalk Cuttors and
Louisville Cotton and Corn
Planter.
All kinds of Country
produce bought at high
est market prices. Cash
Paid for cotton Soed.
CerSoe that Featherbonel
tir
mmmf
4m
MlgMMzMEMEM MMM&Mt'MBkZWi
E wagons, ouggies. nacKs, winci
jmills,cypress well curbing, etc.
,
O.L. WILLIAMS,
- LUMBERYARD.
Lumber, doors, sash,
blinds, moulding
And everything kept in a
first class lumber yard.
ISJjrrajigisn
jsilLl'l JL..212:; 7,.
M
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JTi-ai
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iXj"u.ra.toe2? Dealers.
? nai -3wH,S--qiJr J. AfrjJwTj Jn VI
a Muan on tnem iorr,i
Y
llumber, shingles, sash, blinds,
doors, bricls, wind mills, etc.
Genuine Gladden Barbed Wire.
ifeS SSSsSaSJ
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&ft;Mft'fffifr?W ;.x?
fr '.J H
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STOVE, TIN and HARDWARE!
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Welrjousar) S., fjixjcF, Y0;!Ss'
'itTifa
MAt'FACTl.'REIl'i OP
Galvanized Iron Tanks,
ROOFING,
GUTTERING
FLUES.
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flown .Lots improved and unimproved. , ; i
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fl T8-rr &-&caTTof rraTfeT
VJLtUJ JU'aAJL fUS"OJL K.JLX-'U'
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T.,MERSEBURGER
Odifomi.i Fruit?,
kney Candies,
Ice Cream and
' J Stiilioncrv.
"Stab Salooh
l. C. KOEPKli, PROPRUiTOK.
on mo and get a neat Shave, a good Slinmpoo, Sea Foam or
v i jul application of my Dandrnll Curo fiee. Hair cutting in
. v. stvle, Tno flrst-cla'B clians vud two good ivoikmen,
h v. : :: :':
loUi'5, 10 nnd '2T ecu
ll!urf,'tun Couutcis.
Ji. Ti
tfDOLPH STEPHEN, Proprietor.
Oity Boor. OaxirnOd. Goods a.nci
Lunoh or all Kinds.
Sltuatod nest to Fkto Ji Cireon's Lumber Yard,
Lflir-JiP., - TEXAS
' SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN
F
lojJon'l A
-FOR ALL-
And Periodicals
Published in Uuitetl Statoi and Canadi. Ollice at Post Olllce.
OTTO RIOHTER, Shinor.STexaa.
7OA4HlJ0.NE. K. of P. L0IK1K.
Vcets liist and third Friday
nlglts in each mOnth. S A O.w'ue?,
C Q E F Kuhuiam V C; C I.
Will mis. l'lolutoj Sam F Nave,
K QfR and S; I'olm liiohm, M Wj
A la TiautL(ill,M Kj T J Builu'tt,
' ', J W HoBloHay, M A; P I,
a.Ji I 4 1 G 1? M'lter, 0 0.
U, D. II, o.
Mtcts the Hint and thiid nion
day in i.ji'1) month it -Mouia Ilall.
OFriClIUS.
Kx-Piilili-nt Max E. Woltei-,
I'icsldont John U. lllohni, Vice
i'lt-iidi'nt Win. Zander, Sec. Albiu
Uumuiul, Tie-". J, II, Iluelincr.
'1UUSTKES.
Cilia Lueiihun, Julius Hiiefer,
Leo Veit, (i.Chai. Pi'eil I, (j, (jut
IIclnit',0. ti. W. F. l'fell,
AVL', M. D.,
erul Practitioner.
Texai.
I
Shinci,
Odice betwfen Welhausen's and
the drugntoie. Calls promptlyat
tended.' Residence opposite Melh
oJist chuich.
V
L. KlDbON, M. V.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUItOEON.
Oflica next door to (irave'i ding
tcie. Oiiice houis at all limes
during the day. Calls piomptlr
ainsnored day and night.
Shiner, Texas
F.
T. MITCHELL, M. D
OFFICE HOURS:
All times duiing the (iny. Oflico
yiT J.WARNOCK,
Dentist.
next door to Wangemuun'ii store.
Cilia piomptly attended to,
Shiner,
ZAHN-ARTZ.
Halleittville, Te.i.
Will ho hi Shiner fiom 1st to oth
TexaK.'of overv inooth.
Corrospondemoo.
Sllbllluo.
Si i.i.ime, Lavaca Co
Em ion OAii.nr:
In nccoidince viilli my piomif-e,
1 illendcaor to "iu J on a. small
uiite-up Uom the rantern part of
tho good old county ot Lavaca, for,
as the Egyptian who has quenched
hii thliit in the Unhid tide of tho
baeml Nile, will surely lttuui
again to its shoies, so have I re
turned to the place of my cail
childhood to enjoy lor u ahoit
fcoason that sweet and kuhtile
plea'tuio "ound only aiuiind tlie
liLUith at home. Ihe wiiiler
V
hnnnlhi with theii Ktiolt and busy
iilijs will ias all light, and in the
gloiiej ot spilng one cm loijet.
,hut when tho gokkn summer with
I its hot and long dijn shall come.
'is theio in all this gieat widcwoild
a lone wanderer whose heatt does
., not long for the pie lames of home,
'weet home, wheia we can lay aside
all tlie peuy cates ami sorrows oi
our changing o-uslencein the gieat
rneooflll'j and na the Gieat Re
ileonier hmsaid. become as a little
child atain and eutor tho heaven
of home's le.t and joys, for
'A uiotlit i's Kliul "inili iBim i?...! theio
Ami pm' that ui'ei known teal,
. bllVi! tllOM- () lllipplllKI
AJcatu.OIl lUUUails luu, imuuu w.iv.
O'ei the lorn,' ami beaten tiacl:
Of snull.lwiuMliuuss,
To feci mkmIu those jojs that eou.i
Llko aiiKih aioiiiul tho 'jouuli i
liome.
When the Christmas times aro
cometheie is nobody's caUo and
nobodyS turkey liko mother's, and
ii' i ono can male such eggnog .s
dad's, and so it la with the gloiious
old Fouith of July no other gii U
ciu dance like tlioso at horns, and
the bojs flliom we fought and
plajed with in etily childhood can
jell "Hun.ih for the Fouith ui
July" loiulci anu better than un
one else, at Ica-t cvenone tiimkd
so. and that is w 'vp I left old Valley
View Faun on thetfnoiniug oi July
2. to bond tho tiain at Shmei, at
which placo we airived at 10
o'clock Monday, and alter a pie u- -ant
delay of two horns, spent in
conversation with tho Shiner boyi
I departed for Sublime, 'way down
here in the anclv,)litnd. whero 12.
0 Mi.iten, the girat clm'npion of
theThiid paity, i.ys tho :eopla
don't wear any sucks.
After bo.n ding the tiain at Slu
nei the heat bcieumtj so intense tin. t
the ineiuuy stood at 104 degucs
in the ih ulo. Tho boat was "
gieit in Yoakum that one man
deolaitd tint hell was only lull a
mile oil, I im not much ot a
sonptoiian, but 1 am inclined u
lulicco like him. Tho wind bleu
m at the co ich windows as hot u
cci cairn, hum a tuinace Tin
laces ot ! idles and little childn
becani" seal let and cveiy oi ,
panted like dogs.
1 found Di, C'oppigo, an ni
triend oi mine, in cuinpmy with
Ml. tll.is,botli ot Coiu'icte. DaV lit
countv , going home tmin tho Te is
II iptist As'ociation. The Ui, is an
old and well known eiti.m md
said he ha- novel epeiienccd tuch
heal lieluic. Next 1 met Augii'it
Si.liuliuckcr and daujfhtei n
tuiiiing fiom si visit in blind
TIhv vcie accompmied home In
the Mis'-es Dijei, of Muiur.
We ni lived in foublinio at .'.-'I
Moiidav, the 2nd and juepaiod to
enjoy tho basket dinnei mi the ..m
The moi ning diwnc-d bright and
clear and in bpite ot tho chance
ot a hut ih'y in my piople wiiiio
and biought their (Jin in. I , and n
good luck would line It the dn
was niodeiately vvum and i in f
oueenjoved the oecalim in tbo
fullest sne ot the woid 'I I o
mini turnout was at the ball tint
night at tho Sublin c Ititlc L im
Hall. Tho lalieit lloweis fiom the
gaideus ot humanity vveie theio
and the boys weie loth handsome
and gallant. Music was inrnisiied
by the Rcc.uvay stiing band. Fan
lines wein lit up with sweet smiles
(Continued on 5th a
)
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